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  1. Hi there, I really wanted to be able to use :ok_hand: as a shortcut for 👌, but the emoji pack didn't support these new emojis... So I made my own! There are more than 400 emojis that were added, it still works the same And I'll keep updating it for the foreseeable future. Download link: https://github.com/paris-ci/Alfred-Emoji-Pack-Update/raw/master/snippets/Emoji Pack Update.alfredsnippets Code used to generate the pack: https://github.com/paris-ci/Alfred-Emoji-Pack-Update It's basically the same thing as before, so here is the installation tutorial : http://joelcalifa.com/blog/alfred-emoji-snippet-pack/ (Don't use the download link there, it's still the old version, I am not the original author)
  2. I’m a newbie to both Alfred development and GitHub version control. I built a new Alfred workflow called Sequential Strings Creator published on Github. I read some documents such as "Exporting and Sharing Workflows” but still confuse about the mechanism of shared release. That is, how should I release the next version so that other Alfred users can get it via the bundle ID? I plan to release the next version by the following steps: Clone the repo from Github remote to local Modify the files and fix the bugs Push the new repo back to the GitHub Release a new version by GitHub with the corresponding alfredworkflow file Is it true that by these procedures, this new version would be received by other Alfred users who use this workflow? Otherwise, what else should I do? Also, is there any method to check whether the release is successfully received by others?
  3. Hi all, I've recently collected several ASCII Art looks ಠ_ಠ from https://looks.wtf/ into an Alfred Snippet package. You can find it here on Github: https://github.com/cortinico/alfred-looks It contains more than 300 ASCII Art Faces such as (┛◉Д◉)┛彡┻━┻ or (⌐■_■) and ╰(◕ヮ◕)つ¤=[]——— Here is in action: Hope you find it useful 【ツ】
  4. I am working on a new workflow that uses a custom command line binary, written in Objective-C. It's my first stab at writing any C code, and the first time I've ever (seriously) used Xcode. I have the majority of the code written, and it builds just fine for debugging. However, since these builds are only for my MacBook's architecture, I can't distribute them for others to use. How do I create a release build using Xcode? I'm using Xcode 5.0.1 (5A2053) on OS X 10.9 (13A603). If someone could include directions for both command line apps and Cocoa apps, that would be fantastic
  5. i noticed that the Alfred 2 Release Candidate's Icon looked odd against a dark background. Inside the .icns file, I found that the smaller icons have a weird gray pixel border around the edges of the hat. Check it out: Alfred v2.0 (165) on OS X 10.8.2. Replicated: yes
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